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Parenthood is full of choices. You make decisions that can impact your child’s life every single day. Some choices are less serious, like deciding whether or not you’re going to feed your toddler chicken nuggets for the third night in a row. But sometimes, the decisions you’re weighing are vastly more complicated. 

Choosing the right type of education for your child can be a difficult and overwhelming decision for parents. There are many factors to consider, and each option has its own pros and cons. 

Are you a parent who loves to travel with your family? Whether you are visiting historic cities abroad, touring National Parks, or going on the quintessential family vacation to Disney World, there are plenty of opportunities for your child to learn as you explore new places. 

Online School vs. Homeschool

Thursday, December 08, 2022

Countless parents have recently found themselves asking whether homeschooling their child or if an online educational program may be best for culminating their child’s educational needs over traditional, in-person, brick-and-mortar school options, especially in light of the dangers of sending our children to school our society has seen over the last few years. 

Post-pandemic, a myriad of parents already chose home as their child’s learning environment after finding themselves proficient in K-12 education anyway, right?  

Can online learning work for students with disabilities? Of course (work) it can! And in most cases, it can be even better!

And yes, there are those children with disabilities out there who love school, those who thrive in all aspects; you know, those social butterflies who wish summer break wasn't a thing. To the parents of these students, we salute you. 

Now, for those of you parenting a child with a disability, a child who is floundering in the sea of mass academia, you're not alone. And it's NOT your child’s fault! Whether your child’s disability is minimal or profound, they do have strengths; and with those strengths, they CAN be a successful learner.